Friday, January 19, 2007

Tagged, I'm it, for now!

I have been tagged by Debbie

First, the Rules:

• Someone Tags you
• You post 5 things about yourself that you haven't already mentioned on your blog
• You tag 5 more bloggers

Okay, I have been thinking about this for a couple of hours. Posting 5 things that are somewhat exciting but not too exciting!!!

1. I was an athlete in high school. I could have played college basketball (small college). I also ran track, in fact, my 3200 meter relay team still holds our school record. This record is 20+ years old. I joke with one of my relay teammates, we didn't know how good we were at the time. I have 2 state track medals to prove this to my daughters. Oldest daughter has 2 state medals in the same event. Pretty cool.

2. I finished college in three years and missed graduating with honors by .007.

3. My mom encouraged my sewing and would do all my unsewing for me. Spoiled, yes, I was.

4. I was a super-tomboy growing up and loved to help my dad on the farm. My favorite job was agriculture related.

5. In my 30's my hair became curly, probably from the gray I cover with hair color!!! I have tried everything to try and straighten and defrizz it. Well, I found a wonderful straightening iron and it works tremendously. Guess what, I like a bit of curl in my hair, makes me look younger, IMHO!!!

You're it.... Debbie from In the Bag, Lindie, Beth and Linda. I know it is suppose to be 5, but most of the other blogs I read have been tagged. So 4 will have to do. Enjoy your weekend.


  1. Hi Lori, just popped over from CraftApple, your Monkey Bread looks yummy, I am on the other side of the world and its far too hot here to be cooking but might try it when the weather cools down a little.

  2. Anonymous2:15 PM

    You were an athlete? With medals? How cool! So are you like me - I always compare current state of my body with my most fit days, even though I know I'll never have the time or energy to get it all back. I'll try my best to come up with 5 things... :o)

  3. I think once an athlete always an athlete... it's in your heart and mind, no matter what your body does, even if you eat a lot of monkey bread and sit around sewing like me!